Fly Clear with my new CLEARcard
Being involved in many different trades, businesses and having a fondness for traveling, I noticed that I spend a good amount of time on airplanes. Not that it is a bad thing, I actually love it, and it’s become one of my favorite hobbies. The only downfall to traveling is dealing with security at the airport, and of course the incredibly long lines that fill an airport. Just recently however, I’ve found a way to literally Fly Clear.
Fly Clear is a concept that most people would tell you doesn’t exist. Fortunately, I’ve found something called the CLEARcard, which is sort of like an EZ Pass for an airport, it’s an incredible thing to have.
Being a member of Fly Clear allows you to have your own personal CLEARcard, which works just like an EZ Pass does. You sign up for a membership, you pay an annual fee that is less than 200 dollars and you may maneuver through airport security traffic with little to no delays.
Signing up for Fly Clear was without a doubt one of the smartest moves I’ve made since entering the work force, and an airport. The best part is that having the CLEARcard actually offers some predictability in such an unpredictable environment. If you are a frequent traveler, then the CLEARcard is something that you should deeply take into consideration.
Some of the other great aspects of Fly Clear are that all children under 18 years old are covered under your CLEARcard at no additional costs yearly. Another benefit is that this company has recently just been re-launched so there is new ownership and a new pledge that I expect will be followed. As of right now CLEAR is available in Denver and Orlando airports, and it will only expand from here. I think that CLEAR is a must have service for those that travel a lot, and if that sounds like you than you should definitely check out the details on CLEAR.